I am confused what the sentence "This isn't just true in logic." mean?
I can think of two possible meanings of the aforementioned sentence:
- This is not true in logic -- there is no chance that this could be true in logic.
- This is true in logic -- this is not only true in logic, but also true in some other fields.
And unfortunately, due to lack of context, I could not figure out what the intended meaning was. What is the correct meaning one would extract out of this sentence?